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Originally posted by angellicview
reply to post by Frankenchrist
Okay. That sounds like a good idea.
How do we go about asking for a copy of the report?
Originally posted by OhYouPeople
Usually I just lurk ATS on occasion for morbid personal amusement - it's like watching a horrific trainwreck (which the Obama regime orchestrated because aliens in the Cherokee ruins beneath the tracks) - but this thread is just downright offensive on so many different levels.
Do you people have even the vaguest idea what fact-checking is? Did it occur to a single one of you to do so much as a two-second Google search on the circumstances surrounding her death?
Here, from the exact same website as the OP:
Jenny Gallagher (46), from Co Meath, died while swimming with friends last week -- just days after she treated victims of the Batman premiere shootings in Colorado.
You people. You #ing people. What is it that makes you so impossibly desperate to see shadowy "Elite" figures in every single circumstance imaginable?
Originally posted by mikemck1976
Great catch there! If your going to surf you better know how to swim.
Originally posted by fleabit
Um.. so they don't kill the victims who actually saw the event and could testify to what they saw.. but they killed someone who wasn't even on the scene who talked to them? Do you realize how many people the people in the theater have probably talked to since this event? Why would this one person be singled out, especially as a second hand witness? Not even that! We should see dozens of people dying mysteriously in the near future right?
In your world, there are no such thing as accidents. However, in the real world, accidents happen surprisingly often.
Originally posted by Frankenchrist
If it happened in Ohio.
Just call the ME office and ask the procedure of requesting the report.
Some states are different.
We may have to fill out a form.
But there should be no problem obtaining it.
That's IF there was one performed.
Since it was an accidental death.
With out a doubt , there should be one.
Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
reply to post by repeatoffender
What puzzles me is
"The hardest thing is I may never know what really happened to Jenny."
that other friend isn't in communication with the husband? Surely she could tell him what happened?